The Philidor Trio, consisting of Elizabeth Humes, soprano, Edward Smith, harpsichord, and Shelley Gruskin, baroque flute and recorders, perform a program of Baroque music and arias at WBAI's Free Music Store on January 14, 1972. The second part of this program includes performances of La Forqueray, Chaconne, and Med�e by Jacques Duphly; a cantata from Phyllis und Thirsis and Four sonatas for flute and harpsichord by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; a number of Italian arias, Le donne col cervello by Baldassare Galuppi, Immagini dolenti by Giuseppe Scarlatti, Se tu m'ami by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and Se gli uomini sospirano by Galuppi; and The stocking by Thomas Stokes. This recording was formerly cataloged as BC0709.07B. Audio distortion around 00:23:55.
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Shelley Gruskin, Performer; Edward Smith, Performer; Elizabeth Humes, Performer; Barbara Oka, Host;